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this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. protesters against the dakota access pipeline say they aren't done trying to stop the project from going up. some protesters appeared before a judge earlier this morning after state troopers arrested them for blocking the path workers used to get to the construction site. those arrested are members of the bakken pipeline resistance coalition. this is video of the protest protestors are upset the company building the pipeline, dakota access, has used eminent domain to acquire property rights for it. they're also concerned about possible harm to the environment. the pipeline will go through 18 counties in iowa. yesterday dozens of members of the resistance coalition protested in des moines. they delivered a petition with 33,000 signatures to the department of justice at the
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calling on president obama and the army corps of engineers to reject pending permits and rescind existing permits for the pipeline. last week, the obama administration temporarily halted construction of a part of the pipeline in north dakota. a former osage school board member accused of stealing from the county treasurer's office will be sentenced later this month. 46-year-old tracey mooberry pleaded guilty to a misconduct charge on tuesday. investigators say she stole cash tax payments for clerk in the mitchell county treasurer's office. she faces up to a year in jail and a nearly $2,000 dollar fine. testimony continues today in the trial of dubuque man accused of killing his daughter who has autism. in opening statements yesterday, prosecutors said robert stern killed her because she was a burden. he has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder. in june of 2015, police say he admitted to shooting every round of three guns at his daughter, kimberly stern,
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was 27. prosecutors say stern admitted to police officers that he killed her. then on the way to the police station, stern faked a medical emergency so they took him to the hospital. that's where they say officers were going to record stern confessing he killed his daughter because she quote "pushed his buttons." the officer accidentally did not hit record on his cell phone to capture that confession. police described stern as frail and confused when he was talking to them. kitchen, mr. stern made a couple of statements, as i am passing by. one was, ' i am dying of cancer'. the other is, 'i heard voices'." stern's attorney described kimberly as having severe autism. stern's wife had recently died, and he'd become kimberly's only care provider. the defense says kimberly also had another mental diagnosis. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg
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your first alert forecast, justin... clouds will be in and out of the sky today, with a general increase in cloudiness later this afternoon. it's going to be another nice day with highs well into the 70s. showers and a few thunderstorms move in tonight and continue into friday. severe weather is not likely but some decent rainfall am are possible. storms should no be much of a problem during the high school football games, however. highs stay in the 70s this weekend with dry weather returning. we'll be a little warmer most of next week with highs hanging out near 80.today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 alo: 75 dbq: 76 iow: 78 tonight: showers and storms become likely. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 65 61 to 67 traffic is flowing this midday
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been a much different story during the morning commute. the main issues are around the penn street exit -- at mile marker 4 on i- 380. this is video from yesterday, when the traffic was a little lighter. but during peak commute times, the off-ramp backed up all the way onto the interstate. north liberty says the delays are the result of more traffic using i-380 the iowa river bridge for repairs. a widening project on penn street is also snarling traffic leaving the interstate. the city says it plans to look at the timing of the stop lights at that exit, but little changes can cause other problems. the dot is also expected to ease some of the traffic with a new interchange at forevergreen road starting next year. the highway 100 extension west of cedar rapids is attracting the attention of
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engineers. they're interested in the highway's pavement. most iowa highways are made of concrete. but this 4-mile stretch that should open around thanksgiving is asphalt that measures more than a foot thick. few iowa roads are built with this technique they call "perpetual" asphalt. and as oil prices stay low, asphalt is becoming a more economical alternative to concrete for new road construction. after taking a few days off for pneumonia, democratic this afternoon. she's hosting a campaign event in north carolina in just a few hours. clinton was resting for a few days after leaving a september 11th memorial service early on sunday. at the time, the former secretary of state said she left because she was feeling overheated. it came out later that a doctor diagnosed her with pneumonia last friday. this morning, abc news chief health and medical editor, dr richard besser said he would have recommended that the democratic nominee stay home a little while longer.
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than they're willing to stay home. given that she's in the midst of a campaign, i can understand her lot staying home longer. we'll have to see what kind of energy she has when she gets out there. " republican donald trump is laying out his economic plans for the country while in new york this midday. this is a live look where he and vice presidential candidate mike pence are speaking to the economic club of new york. this comes just 11 days away from the first presidential between the two nominees. australian transportatio n officials today confirmed a piece of debris found off of tanzania is from missing malaysia airlines flight 370. people living on the island found the wing flap back in june. the plane disappeared in march of 20-14 with 239 people on board. since then, several pieces of debris have washed up on coastlines around the indian ocean. the show won't go on... at least for now at theatre cedar rapids. t-c-r is
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of a casting controversy. t-c-r says it's putting off the play until it can get the support of the deaf community. some have criticized t-c-r for casting an actor who can hear to play a deaf character. but the theatre's artistic director says no deaf actors showed up to audition. t-c-r says it now wants to collaborate with the deaf community to find deaf actors to play those roles. there are also questions about an upcoming play in des moines. some people have asked why there are no latino actors in the des moines playu month. the play centers around 2 rival street gangs, the jets, who are white, and the sharks, who are puerto rican. one latino actor had originally earned a role in that production. but he left in protest over how the theatre cast the other characters. "because being latino is a specific experience in the country, it can only be portrayed by those who have a stake in those experiences " the playhouse says it reached out
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but it apologizes for not doing more. coming up tonight on kcrg 9.2, we have live high school volleyball. clear creek amana will face off against vinton shellsburg. the sets, spikes and kills start at 7:30 on kcrg 9.2. a 29 year old man is the latest confirmed case in legionnares' disease outbreak in a minneapolis suburb. the minnesota health department is now scrambling to find the source of the fast acting bacteria. updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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this afternoon. it's with highs well into the 70s. showers and a few thunderstorms move in tonight and continue into friday. severe weather is
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than a half- inch are possible. storms should not be much of a problem during the high school football games, however. highs stay in the 70s this weekend with a little warmer most of next week with highs hanging out near 80.today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 alo: 75 dbq: 76 iow: 78
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alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 65 61 to 67 tomorrow: showers and a few storms likely. wind: s 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 77 tom. night: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 alo: 59 dbq: 60 iow: 61 saturday: partly sunny. high: 75 low: 60 sunday: mostly sunny. cloudy. high: 80 low: 58 tuesday: slight chance of showers, mainly early. high: 80 low: 60 wednesday: partly cloudy. high: 81 low: 60 thursday: slight chance of storms. high: 81 low: 64 friday: chance of storms.
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contracted legionnaires' disease in hopkins, minnesota is now up to six. five of those people fit the description of typical e older adults. but as jessica miles tells us, this latest confirmed case is different. 29 year old joe butler was working alongside his dad at their auto repair shop in hopkins last week... he's now in the icu at north memorial medical center after his temperature spiked to 104 degrees early wednesday morning.. "they had intubated him and moved him to icu 9:05 and 2:25- i'm just worried about him."joe got sick last thursday night.. friday he
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headaches and diarrhea. by sunday afternoon he knew he had to go to the hospital... "he thought his life was at risk. 12:32 he thought he was dying? yes." for his family.. its concerning how quickly this healthy, young guy was taken down by this sometimes deadly disease. "its def. very difficult to see him like this... its terrifying." the minnesota department of health says it has talked with at least 3 big businesses near downtown hopkins trying to find the source of the bacteria. supervalu and thermotech about their cooling systems.. and cargill about now been turned off. legionnaires is contracted by inhaling mist -- from water sources -- that contain the bacteria. hopkins has had a lot of construction lately.. we saw this construction takner spraying water just west of downtown. the health department says while not a likely source.. they are looking at everything. "its def. important to get it out there.. " joe butler's family is speaking out with a mission.. "he would be grateful because nobody should go through this." "i hope the dept. of health can get a handle on this and can finds the source so it can prevent other from getting sick and potentially dying." "the health dept. isn't
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alerting paramedics telling them to notify doctors if need be. in hopkins jm " trt 1.46 oc the health department isn't telling people to avoid hopkins. but police medical calls are alerting paramedics telling them to notify doctors if need be. agriculture consolidation is becoming more common. in this week's agribusiness report, two mergers worth billions are moving forward. welcome to the agribusiness welcome to the agribusiness report, i'm report, i'm
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downward trending farm economy.. agriculture consolidation is reaching new levels.. this week.. two billion dollar mergers are moving forward. the canadian fertilizer companies potash corporation of saskatchewan incorporated and agrium incorporated announced a merger worth 36 billion u-s dollars. potash and agrium together are the third largest natural resource company in canada.. and have many operations in the u-s.. including a couple dozen in io and have nearly 20 thousand employees.. potash shareholders will get 52 percent.. with combined leadership from both companies. they expect to close in the middle of 2017. and bayer finally clinched an agreement to buy out monsanto.. for 66 billion dollars.. that's one hundred 28 dollars per share in an all cash transaction.. both boards unanimously approved the agreement. in their release.. they claim value creation of one point five billion dollars after three years.. in a video statement on a bayer-monsanto website.. advancing together dot com.. bayer says the merger benefits agriculture.. "what we do is good for consumers. we help to produce efficient, safe, healthy, and affordable food. it is also good for our
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increase yields in a sustainable way. shareholders from both companies benefit from this transaction, because this is about value creation and growth." monsanto says this is an exciting time for the future. "together with bayer, we're going to be able to offer growers even better solutions faster. this combination will deliver just that, an innovation engine that pairs bayer's crop protection portfolio with our world class seeds and traits." there are some critics of these mergers in the agriculture community.. they claim having fewer companies limits farmer choice. ---- cattle is still getting a boost upward.. while there are small move "we have more of a mixed type of trade today. the corn dead cat bounce we call it, we expect the yield to improve as we move north. but you know, the market still remains anchored by the big overall supplies regardless if the yield is a bit disapointing on corn early. soybeans, after yesterday's big push to the downside, trying to find some stability with the stronger demand, but overall it's harvest time. the market is anchored on rallies by larger supplies and the combine's rolling." "the cattle market, it feels like we've put in a seasonal low on the cash market getting more of a technical bounc here as the basis levels move more positive. looking for cash cattle this week to trade more steady. the boxed beef
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improve, but also supplies tighten. " "the hog market just continues to trade poorly. the cooler weather looking for weights to increase. so overall, bigger supplies ahead, and the market technically this week now at some very oversold levels after the sharp break that we've had." ---- and that's all the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. hope to see you again tomorrow. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.31
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some traditions will wrap up -- like the cedar rapids downtown farmers market... while the hancher green outdoor concert welcomes al under the stars. a focus on the best of september
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week's best bets... the gazette's diana nollen -- from hoopla now -- is in to talk about this week in arts and culture... best bets sept 15 2016 indian creek grand opening today to sunday, sept. 15 to 18 indian creek nature center is of its amazing space campus, featuring a main building, butterfly house, patterson family outdoor amphitheater, land protection workshop and relocated maple syrup house. weekend festivities begin with a sold-out farm-to-table dinner tonight , and continue with a full slate of free activities saturday and sunday. a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. saturday , followed by tours, live music,
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partner fair, raptor programs, a bike ride from the newbo district and stories and s'mores around evening campfires. indian creek grand opening today to sunday , indian creek nature center, 6665 otis rd. se, cedar rapids; free, 362-0664 or indiancreekna turecenter.org http: downtown farmers market saturday, sept. 17 saturday is your last chance to reap summer's bounty at the cedar rapids downtown farmers market. booths - offering everything from homegrown produce to locally sourced wine, meat, cheese and and fourth avenues between second and fifth streets se. grab a bite to eat, stroll the grounds and catch performers in the act. head to third avenue se for kids' activities. and be sure to byob - as in bag. with more than 200 vendors on-site, you'll need some totes to tote home your "finds." social animals are welcome, but their people must abide by rules from leash laws to cleanup. downtown farmers market 7:30 a.m. to noon saturday , downtown cedar rapids; free admission, cedarrapids.org http: hancher green outdoor concert friday, sept. 16 the first band that graced the original hancher stage in 1972 will crank up the heat outdoors friday night on the hancher green, adjacent to the new
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all-ages, with preservation hall jazz band bringing the traditional sounds of new orleans to open the show, followed by a jumbo gumbo of hip-hop, rock and jazz from trombone shorty & orleans avenue. but don't wait for the downbeat. a family-friendly tailgate ramble in the hancher parking lot gets the party rolling at 5 p.m., with games, food trucks and all the trimmings for launching hancher's performing arts season in its new digs. hancher green outdoor concert 7:30 p.m. friday , hancher green, 141 e. park rd., iowa city; free, bring seating, hancher.uiow a.edu https: after a ml mount vernon, the school district wants to know why it had such little support. and analysts are looking at the health for the top presidential candidates. that's after a pneumonia scare sidelined democrat hillary clinton. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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girl last week, senator chuck grassley says illegal immigrants should not to be allowed to drive. newly released audio from a call into 9-1-1 shows what led to police to an accused serial killer in northern ohio. and neighbors will have to wait to see if iowa city will allow constructon you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. medical records for the top two presidential candidates are out in the open. this comes after recent concerns for democrat hillary clinton after doctors diagnosed her with pneumonia. both candidates claim they're
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campaigning today. this is a live look at an economic speech donald trump is giving in new york. clinton returns to her campaign later this afternoon with a stop in north carolina. abc's kenneth moton reports. hillary clinton...itchin g to get to work on the campaign trail. sot hrc on tom joyner i am so much better the democratic nominee was on the tom joyner morning show sidestepping questions about criticism of emails released by russian hackers. instead, clinton went right for donald trump. sot i'm not going to start discussing someone else's private emails. i've already spent a lot of time talking about my own / trump is clearly ready for his democratic rival's return. sot donald trump i don't know folks, you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? polls continue to tighten as the health of the candidates takes center stage.
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show... sot trump on oz i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. dr. oz concluded trump is in good shape. clinton's doctor said the same but in a more detailed report. this morning, trump also reacted to this moment on the trail in flint, michigan yesterday when the pastor of a black church shut him down during a political attack. sot trump: everything she touched didn't work out. nothing. now hillary clinton. -- pastor: mr. trump i invited you here to thank us for what we've done in flint, not give a political speech. pastor: okay. that's good. then i'm go okay. trump called the pastor a "nervous mess" this morning, trump's campaign released the health information he gave to dr. oz and said trump has the stamina to endure...uninterrupted...the rigors of this presidential campaign. an obvious swipe at clinton who will return to the trail in north carolina this afternoon. kenneth moton, abc news washington iowa senator chuck grassley say people who are in the country illegally should not be
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weekly conference call yesterday. grassley was talking about a man who he says had been living in the u-s illegally. that man, fernando aguilar, was involved in a crash last week that killed lea phann , a 12 year old girl from des moines. grassley says he's requested aguilar's immigration records from the department of homeland security. " 16:37 yes we're in the middle of the case, the same way we've been involved in the murder of katie stein or the person in omaha who was killed by a drunk driver who was also undocumented. we're trying to get to the bottom of this " the senator says he wants to know if the government had considered deporting aguilar in the past, and if he had received any immigration benefits. just a day after linn county supervisors approved a higher minimum wage... a third iowa county has approved raising the hourly wage. on january 1st, wapello county's
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the current state minimum of 7.25. it will rise to $9.15 in 2018... ..and $10.10 in 2019. towns have the option of opting out. on monday, linn county supervisors voted to raise its minimum wage. johnson county supervisors voted a year ago to raise the wage. and polk county is considering it. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... clouds will be in and out of the sky today, with a general increase in cloudiness later this afternoon. it's going to be another nice day with highs well into the 70s. showers and a few thunderstorms move in tonight and continue into friday. severe weather is not likely but some decent rainfall amounts perhaps more than a half- inch are possible. storms should not be much of a problem during the high school football games, however. highs stay in the 70s this weekend with dry weather returning. we'll be a little warmer most of next week with highs hanging out near 80.today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 alo:
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likely. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 65 61 to 67 neighbors in iowa city have to to find out if a plan to build a house resembling kinnick stadium will move forward. the iowa city board of adjustment postponed its decision on whether to let a decorah couple build the home. the neighbors of manville heights association and some property owners in the area are appealing the city's building permit. one person says that construction of the kinnick-style house would negatively impact the health, welfare and safety of the neighborhood. meetings will continue next wednesday. mount vernon school's
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badly with voters. a 15-point-9 million dollar bond would have paid for a new auditorium, performing arts and athletics complexes, plus renovations to classrooms. only 36 percent of voters said yes. the superintenden t says the district will ask why approval was so low. "we have to look at what the public tells us. we'll be surveying folks. we'll probably have some other opportunities for people to explain." o'malley says the dis ballot again for six months. iowa big will get a million dollars to provide opportunities to students in the cedar rapids area. the program gives students a capstone like experience through a real world project. iowa big recently applied for grant money through the x-q super school project, which had a bus tour through cedar rapids. that project encourages people to rethink the high school experience. it didn't win the grand prize. but organizers liked
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in cedar rapids, mckinely middle school is asking for help to get its marching band program back up and running. the band hasn't existed for nearly 20 years. the district pitched in funds to pay for new and extra instruments. but students don't have marching uniforms for outside. so the band director started an online fundraiser to get students matching track jackets. " 22:35, "i didn't want to exclude any kid cause they couldn't afford it and i didn't want there to be a stigma of some kids can have it some kids can't, so we made it free for everyone. " the band hopes to raise around 25-hundred dollars. they'll add matching baseball caps and track pants to complete the uniform. if you want to donate, we put a link with this story on kcrg dot com. newly released 9-1-1 recordings show what led ohio police to an alleged serial killer earlier this week. police found one woman alive the the remains of 2 other people in the city of
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abc's elizabeth hur reports. a woman.. held captive and fearing for her life.. caller: "i've been abducted." whispers and begs for help.. with her captor.. a suspected serial killer.. just feet away.. op: "does he have a weapon?" caller: "he's got a taser." the victim.. telling the 911 dispatcher.. she was abducted by this ma only able to call because he had fallen asleep.. op: "are you tied up now?" caller: "yea but i kind of freed myself." op: "if you think you can get out you need to get out." caller: "not unless they were right here. he would hear me, catch me and he's strong." terrified of escaping on her own.. the woman stays on the phone.. until police arrive.. minutes later.. officers: "where is he?" caller: "that's him sleeping." officers: "he's still sleep?" leading to her safe rescue.. and the discovery of two bodies.. one of them identified as stacey stanley by family.. who reported the mother and grandmother missing on september 8th. marlene stanley -"it's
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her, she was right there." jeana stanley -"and this guy who did this to her and these other women? he's a monster." elizabeth tag: police say they found another body nearby.. and according to prosecutors.. the suspect already confessed to killing a woman in june.. in all.. he is believed to be responsible for murdering at least 4 women.. police say their investigation is continuing. a burglary suspect is dead after an officer- texas overnight. police say 4 officers were investigating a car burglary late last night when they found a man trying to run away. officers tazed the suspect during the chase. police say the suspect then rolled over and started shooting at the officers. that's when police say the officers started firing back. "this went on for several
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go in and bring him out and get him the medical attention. the officers were calling for trauma kits so that they had everything available so that we could safely secure this individual. " two officers involved are now on administrative leave, pending an investigation. police say that move is standard procedure. parts of eastern china are cleaning up today after a super typhoon caused a lot of damage overnight. typhoon meranti hit mainland china after baer storm brought wind gusts up to 230 miles per hour and heavy rain causing damage. it's the strongest typhoon since the super- typhoon that devastated the philippines 3 years ago. the storm knocked out power for more than a million people and cut off water service to thousands. a new production opens at theatre cedar rapids... and it comes 24 years after "sister act" took over movie screens for a time... in
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this afternoon. it's going to be another nice day with highs well into the
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and continue into friday. severe weather is not likely but some decent rainfall amounts perhaps more than a half- inch are possible. storms should not be much of a problem during the high school football games, however. highs stay in the 70s this weekend with dry weather returning. we'll be a little warmer most of next week with highs hanging out near 80.today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 alo: 75 dbq: 76 iow: 78 tongh storms become likely. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 65 61 to 67 tomorrow: showers and a few storms likely. wind: s 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 77 tom. night: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 alo: 59 dbq: 60 iow: 61 saturday: partly sunny. high: 75 low: 60 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 low: 54 monday: partly cloudy. high: 80 low: 58 tuesday: slight chance of showers, mainly early. high: 80 low: 60 wednesday: partly cloudy. high:
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storms. high: 81 low: 64 friday: chance of storms. high: 73 low: 54 a popular 90's movie turned into
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sister act opens tomorrow night. the show's music director, ben schmidt and choreographer alvon reed join us today. if you liked the movie, you'll love the musical.
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whoopi goldberg played the memorable role of deloris - who did you find to play your deloris? this show isn't just singing, but dancing too... closed captioning: when disco diva deloris van cartier witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in one place the cops are sure she won't be found: a convent! disguised as a nun, she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and uptight mother superior. singing talent to inspire the choir, deloris breathes new life into the church and community but in doing so, blows her cover. soon, the gang is giving chase only to find them up against deloris and the power of her newly found sisterhood. september is a month that can
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be many things to many people... our financial expert
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awareness month"... we'll hear from him next on kcrg-tv 9... september is life insurance
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changes in their lives related to their financial goals; our expert of the strategic financial solutions, he is here to help inform us on ways to review our need for life insurance. thanks for having me today. unfortunatel y, many people aren't thinking about it until it's too late! life insurance is a topic that may not cross your mind a lot. there are three simple steps to take in reviewing your life insurance: talk to an advisor - financial professionals are trained to help assess your insurance needs and will help you understand your benefits. review
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changing event you should contact your financial representativ e and review your coverage take action - as needs change, you can add coverage and refine your strategy. what are changes that would factor into the a need to review your life insurance plans? great question, there are major life events that can impact your life insurance needs: marriage purchase of a home birth or adoption of a change death in the family increased debt how often should we review our life insurance? it would be appropriate to review your life insurance at a minimum of every three years, this will give you an opportunity to inform your representativ e of any of the changes we discussed earlier. what about the amount of insurance - how do we know we have enough coverage? it is very easy to obtain an
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away - and what you would need if you became disabled. the amount of life insurance depends on your situation. there are good worksheets out on the internet that help determine your current life insurance needs. directly stated, if your untimely death is going to have a financial impact on the loved ones you leave behind, you need to be assessing your life insurance plans. kcrg: we've talked about reviewing our existing policies to confirm they are incorporating the changes we've had over the past three years and if types of life insurance products available today, how do we determine what solution in right? larry: there are many determining factors when it comes to the right product. this decision should really be part of your overall financial plan. your insurance needs, wealth management and savings programs should ideally be integrated and work with one another. a good advisor will help you navigate how much you larry, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow, a wet day to be out in the gardens and yards... but the weekend should be dry as our master gardener will take your questions. stay with your 24 hour news
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appeared before a judge earlier this morning. state troopers arrested them for blocking the path workers used to get to the construction the company building the pipeline, dakota access, has used eminent domain to acquire property rights for it. testimony continues today in the trial of dubuque man accused of killing his daughter who has autism. in opening statements yesterday, prosecutors said robert stern killed her because she was a burden. he has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder. commuters in north liberty are running into morning
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highway 965 and construction on penn street are causing backups. the city says it's looking at the timing of traffic lights on penn to try and ease some of the congestion. coming up tonight on kcrg 9.2, we have live high school volleyball. clear creek amana will face off against vinton shellsburg starting at 7:30. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. clouds will be in and out of th this afternoon. it's going to be another nice day with highs well into the 70s. showers and a few thunderstorms move in tonight and continue into friday. severe weather is not likely but some decent rainfall amounts perhaps more than a half- inch are possible. storms should not be much of a problem during the high school football games, however. highs stay in the 70s this weekend with dry weather returning. we'll be a little warmer most of next week with highs hanging out near 80.today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 alo: 75 dbq: 76 iow: 78 tonight: showers and storms become likely. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 65 67 tomorrow: showers and few stos likely. wind: s 15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 77
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